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How to print business cards using a Draw file

asked 2018-07-21 02:46:42 +0200

cellsee6 gravatar image

There are no instructions of any kind anywhere on how to create a business card using Draw file with the extension of odg. I have searched everywhere for an answer using every combination of search words I could think of.

I found a solution. I thought perhaps others might benefit from my experience.

1.) Create your business card using the tools in Draw. Save it as an odg file.

2.) In Draw, export the odg file to a bmp or gif file.

3.) In Draw click on File > New > Labels. Click on the Labels tab and select the labels on which to print. I selected Avery A4 C2354.

4.) Click on the options tab and make sure “Synchronize contents” is selected.

5.) Click on New Document. You will see outlines of business cards.

6.) Click on Insert > Image. Select the graphics file you created in step 2. The business card now appears and you can print your labels.

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Search for "Writer" & "Business Cards". Writer is predestined for business cards.

ebot gravatar imageebot ( 2018-07-21 10:34:36 +0200 )edit

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answered 2018-07-21 09:14:37 +0200

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cellsee6 wrote:

2.) In Draw, export the odg file to a bmp or gif file. (Why no other format? It would work as well as your described formats...)

3.) In Draw click on File > New > Labels. Click on the Labels tab and select the labels on which to print. I selected Avery A4 C2354.

You only describe how to create a new file ("Labels", "Business Cards") after saving an odg file as a new raster graphics. I can't see anything new information for users. Sorry. Downquoted your question.

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